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Offboarding One-on-one Meeting (manager-employee) Template

A final one-on-one between managers and a departing direct report.

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Offboarding One-on-one Meeting (manager-employee) Template

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Offboarding is so important to maintaining a positive relationship between employees and organizations. It's also a great way for companies and managers to improve. But, this shouldn't just be something that HR is responsible for, but managers too.

Updated Feb 9, 2022

Offboarding One-on-one Meeting (manager-employee) FAQs

How long should a offboarding one-on-one meeting (manager-employee) be?


You should initially set your offboarding one-on-one meeting (manager-employee)s for 45 minutes with your team. If you prepare and share an agenda in advance you're likely to get through more faster.

How often should you have offboarding one-on-one meeting (manager-employee)s?


Most offboarding one-on-one meeting (manager-employee)s tend to occur once. As you go through a few iterations of them you may need to increase or decrease the frequency.

What should you discuss during a offboarding one-on-one meeting (manager-employee)?


7 great things to discuss in your Offboarding One-on-one Meeting (manager-employee):

  • Has all of the knowledge transfer been completed?
  • Is there anything we should be aware of as we take over your responsibilities?
  • If we could improve in any way, how would we do it?
  • Did the job live up to your expectations?
  • What was the most enjoyable part of your job?
  • What qualities and skills should someone have to be successful in your role?
  • Who do you feel is doing an outstanding job on the team?

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